10.02.2017 - 14.02.2017 — Hall: 4.1 Stand: B 21
Denby produces beautiful and practical tableware which is designed for living and made to last. Denby's approach is to create beautiful and practical tableware that's designed for the rigors of modern life, perfect for impressive entertaining and unique gifting occasions.
For over 200 years Denby has been making its stoneware pottery from its home in the heart of England. Creating stunning, hand-crafted collections of tableware, cookware and serveware from locally sourced clay. All share Denby's values of craftsmanship which have been handed down for generations using time honoured skills and traditions.
Along with our new ranges for 2017, Denby's collection encompasses classics such as Imperial Blue (still a design icon after 28 years), striking contemporary ranges such as Halo and Natural Canvas which feature glaze processes and techniques unique to Denby. Denby tableware ranges are supplemented with complementary cookware, cast iron, glass and accessories.
Burleigh has been perfecting its craft for over 160 years. Established in Stoke-on-Trent in 1851 and world famous for its blue and white ceramics which are hand made in England using traditional techniques. Its best selling 'Asiatic Pheasants' design has been loved by generations and has been made in the same way since 1862.
Burleigh is the only pottery in the world to decorate using tissue transfer printing from hand engraved copper plates. This 250 year old process takes seven years to master and is just one of the many skills that caused HRH The Prince of Wales to step in to save Burleigh's historic home, Middleport Pottery, in 2011.
Burleigh is the choice of some of the world leading retailers and restuarants who seek out quality, 'Made in England' products including: Fortnum and Mason, Harrods, Liberty, Chiltern Fire House, Ralph Lauren and Soho House.
Poole Pottery was founded in 1873 and has established a reputation for it's vibrant hand painted statement giftware collections. Located on the Quayside in Poole in Dorset, England, the local maritime industry influences a great many of its shapes and designs.
Poole Pottery continues to celebrate ceramic form, design and decoration whilst retaining its belief in traditional manufacture. These values remain true today and every piece of Poole Pottery is designed, hand-made and hand painted in England. Each item is personalised with the artist's own individual mark, adding to the value of each piece.